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Shafqat Mahmood Condemns Forged FIRs against PTI and ISF Workers

Lahore:PTI Central Information Secretary Shafqat Mahmood has strongly condemned Punjab Government’s action of lodging FIR against 40 members of PTI including Central Leaders Omar Sarfaraz Cheema, Asif Bashir and Rukhsana Naveed in Factory Area Police Station. He said that the PTI was staging a peaceful protest rally against violent torture ... Read More »

Gilani’s security and Punjab police personnel scuffled

LAHORE: A member of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani’s security and Punjab police personnel scuffled over a pity matter at the Expo Centre.The Police detained him at a police station for over an hour. The spat attracted media attention when Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani left the Expo Centre, the ... Read More »

Lahore Police Claimed to bust 288 criminal gangs in 4Months

Lahore: Police have claimed to exterminated 288 criminal gangs involved in heinous crimes, and arrested 878 harden criminals, whereas 1638 cases have been traced against them and recovered stolen property worth rupees moreover 15 crore and 27 lakh during the first four months of current year 2012. More than 14 ... Read More »

Police Arrested An Impersonate

Lahore:Police has arrested a fraudia who showed himself secretary to Chief Minister Punjab and harrased officials.According to reliable sources local residenant Sami Ullah Nayyer called CCPO Lahore ,introduced him as a political secretary to Chief Minister Punjab and ordered him to change the investigation of a case registered by Defence ... Read More »

CCPO Visits Mayo Hospital

Lahore:CCPO Lahore Muhammad Aslam Tareen today visited Mayo Hospital to inquire after the health of SHO Police Station Gowalmandi, Inspector Molvi Abdul Sattar, who was injured in a police encounter with dacoits. CCPO directed that maximum possible quality health care be provided to the injured police Inspector, and prayed for ... Read More »

No Religious Functions at Streets, says CCPO

Lahore:Capital City Police Officer Muhammad Aslam Tareen has ordered conducting all religious congregations only within the precincts of four walls of homes, rather than holding them in streets and mohallas, in order to maintain religious harmony. CCPO further ordered Lahore Police to ensure comprehensive implementation of Amplifier Ordinance regarding use ... Read More »

Out of Nine fatal accidents Four relate to motorcyclists :MWP

National Highways and Motorway Police N-Central have launched two week long special enforcement campaign against the various violations of motorcyclists besides their briefing and education especially focusing the compulsory use of ‘Safety Helmet’. Zonal Commander N-5 Central Nisar Saroya while observing that out of nine fatal accidents since the start ... Read More »

CCPO Orders Installation of CCTV Cameras at Pickets

In the perspective of firing incident at Babu Sabu Interchange picket, CCPO Lahore Muhammad Aslam Tareen has ordered installation of CCTV cameras at all pickets of Lahore City. Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Muhammad Aslam Tareen visited today the place of firing incident at Babu Sabu Interchange picket, after with ... Read More »

Bounty Police Arrested a Proclaimed Offender

Organized Crime Police (CIA) Lahore have arrested a proclaimed offender Muhammad Riaz alias Raja, involved in the incidents of daocity, robbery and vehicles theft. The Punjab Government Home Department had fixed a head money worth rupees four lakh, for the arrest of proclaimed offender Muhammad Riaz alias Raja. The arrested ... Read More »

we will protect public at the cost of our the lives :CCPO

Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Muhammad Aslam Tareen visited today the place of firing incident at Babu Sabu Interchange picket, after with he visited the injured police constables at Mayo Hospital Surgical Ward to inquire about their health. CCPO directed that maximum possible quality medical care be provided to the ... Read More »

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